Date : March 8, 2018 | Author : Meghan Kelly
We are gearing up for a great show with the IEEE PES T&D Conference & Exposition in Colorado coming up in April!
This year’s conference is shaping up to be a great educational / networking opportunity.
And our booth is a must see, contact us to schedule a visit and see what we can do for you!
It’s time to make your plans for the highly anticipated 2018 IEEE PES T&D Conference and Exposition. We are excited to bring the biggest and most comprehensive T&D conference in the industry to Denver. The conference theme of “POWER FORWARD” is a fitting description of the efforts being made to ensure this conference represents the hottest trends in the industry. You will see all the groundbreaking new technologies such as automation, data analytics and unmanned aerial vehicles, along with the latest advances to the power equipment such as conductors, breakers, switches and transformers, that have been the building blocks of the amazing machine called the electric grid. I feel blessed to be part of an industry with such a rich and powerful history that is in the midst of reinventing itself to meet the quickly changing demands of our customers and society. There is no doubt that trends in renewables, storage, resiliency, and smart and interactive applications pose exciting challenges for the utility engineers and leaders of today and tomorrow. Our Technical Program brings the leading experts from industry and academia to explain and discuss these most pressing issues in T&D. If you can only go to one conference this year — make sure it is this one. Here is the best place to experience under one roof all the transmission, distribution, and distributed energy equipment and ideas combined with a Technical Program that is sure to energize both industry veterans and those just beginning their careers. I can’t wait to see you in Denver.
Carl Segneri — Director of IEEE PES T&D North America
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